Airbrushing And Cake Boards

Baking By Malasia Updated 30 Jan 2018 , 12:40am by Jenn123

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Malasia Posted 11 Jan 2018 , 2:41am
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I am new with airbrushing and I can t seem to keep my cake board clean.  How is this done?   Do you move your cake on to board after airbrushing?

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640Cake Posted 11 Jan 2018 , 5:03pm
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Yes, I move my cake to the board after airbrushing.  I have a little box set up where I airbrush (huge mess) and I have a turntable in there that I use when I airbrush.  After drying time, I will then duct tape my cake to the final board.

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kakeladi Posted 11 Jan 2018 , 11:31pm
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There are a couple of things you can do......tear some strips of wax paper (or simular) and stick it under the cake just enough to hold it in place, covering your board.  Once the airbrushing has dried, you pull it out.  Or put the cake on a board the same size as the cake and transfer it to a larger board after your done airbrushing.

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Jenn123 Posted 30 Jan 2018 , 12:40am
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Sometimes I put parchment down to protect the board but most of the time I simply wipe off the board with a damp towel after spraying.

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